sport news UEFA faces huge compensation claims if it bans Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus ...

sport news UEFA faces huge compensation claims if it bans Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus ...
sport news UEFA faces huge compensation claims if it bans  Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus ...
EXCLUSIVE: UEFA faces huge compensation claims from Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus – amounting to tens of millions of pounds - if it defies a Spanish judge and tries to ban the ESL rebels from the Champions League Court in Madrid is demanding UEFA do not intimidate Super League rebels Judge Manuel Ruiz de Lara has told governing body to cancel disciplinary moves He demands Madrid, Barca and Juve are not excluded from Champions League Sportsmail understands banning rebels would now trigger compensation amounting to 20 per cent of lost income each month for each club

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UEFA will be ordered to compensate the three European Super League rebels with tens of millions of pounds if it attempts to impose a Champions League ban in punishment for pursuing the breakaway competition.

The European governing body's ability to sanction Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus has become entangled in legal restrictions.

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UEFA is furious that the three clubs have refused to recant their commitment to the new league, but it's ability to take action against them is now increasingly limited by a Spanish court.

Barcelona could yet face a two-year ban from the Champions League if UEFA's 'disciplinary investigation' into them, Madrid and Juventus results in action, but there will be consequences

Barcelona could yet face a two-year ban from the Champions League if UEFA's 'disciplinary investigation' into them, Madrid and Juventus results in action, but there will be consequences

The Madrid institution is determined to uphold the rights of clubs to form a breakaway league, citing competition law in two legal orders from Judge Manuel Ruiz de Lara.

First, the court forced UEFA to suspend its disciplinary investigation into Barca, Juve and Madrid and in a second order reported by Sportsmail on Friday, Judge Ruiz de Lara has told the body it must 'refrain from excluding the founding clubs of the ESL from competitions organised by UEFA' or face 'serious financial and

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